Mount Carmel Health - COLUMBUS, OHIO
Mount Carmel, one of the largest healthcare systems in central Ohio, is seeking a Program Director for its ACGME-accredited Internal Medicine Residency Program. The Internal Medicine Residency Program is approved for a total of 27 residents, 9 per year. Our employed faculty consists of 5 full-time physicians staffing our resident inpatient and outpatient teams.
Research is an important component of Graduate Medical Education at Mount Carmel. The Mount Carmel research Institute (MCRI) provides research support to residents, as well as GME faculty and other investigators across the System. The department's Research Director, Biostatistician, Research Coordinators, and IRB Data Coordinator all provide research support ranging from study design and IRB protocol review to statistical analysis and manuscript review. Research support is also provided in the form of an annual resident lecture series and assistance with the resident Quality improvement and Patient Safety projects.
Medical Simulation has emerged as an important tool in modern medical education. Our Center for Innovative Learning includes a state-of-the-art simulation lab and has over 13,000 square feet providing education services to residency programs, a college of nursing, Mount Carmel Health System Medical Staff and local Emergency Medical Services. The Center features 4 high-fidelity simulation bays, a virtual reality laparoscopic and GI trainer, a standard patient program, and low-fidelity task trainers.
Why Mount Carmel?
Our new hospital campus at Mount Carmel Grove City is the home for our Internal Medicine Residency, providing an array of cutting-edge, patient centered services.
GME Teaching staff of nearly 75 physicians, including many outstanding specialists
Faculty Development training supported by Mount Carmel Graduate Medical Education.
Institutional and program level research support of residents and faculty emphasizing a collaborative approach.
Affiliations with The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University
State-of-the-art simulation and clinical skills center with an integrated simulation curriculum designed by our faculty.
The successful candidate must have current certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine (MD/DO). Five years leadership experience in graduate medical education- preferred; documented scholarly activity with participation in regional or national meetings.
Strong institutional support will allow the new Program Director to develop an innovative team vision for the program. For more information contact Tracie Ambler, Mount Carmel Physician Recruiter, at
Not an H1 B or J1 opportunity.